Grateful Dead Live at Alpine Valley Music Theatre on 1987-06-27
- Grateful Dead
- DeadLists Project
Iko Iko, Greatest Story Ever Told, Stagger Lee, Minglewood Blues, Friend Of The Devil, Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues, West L.A. Fadeaway, My Brother Esau, Tennessee Jed, Let It Grow
Uncle John's Band-> Playin' In The Band-> Terrapin Station-> Drums-> Space-> Truckin'-> The Other One-> Wharf Rat-> Turn On Your Love Light, E: Black Muddy River
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|Greatest Story Ever Told>|
|Friend Of The Devil|
|Just Like Tom Thumb's Blues|
|West L.A. Fadeaway|
|My Brother Esau|
|Let It Grow|
|Uncle John's Band>|
|Playing In The Band>|
|The Other One>|
|Black Muddy River|
Comments:Another HUGE thanks out to Mr. Darby for
recording and sharing his source for this show!This
sounds fantastic and is an excellent recording and
performance as well from the boys!
As always ENJOY!
- 2011-12-10 02:25:36
- East Troy, WI
- Sennheiser MD421's (X/Y/35 Ft. Away From Left Lawn Stack/6' High)> Sony TC-D5M Tapes:TDK MA Set 1,Maxell MX Set 2; Transfer Information:Tascam 112 MKII (XLR Out)>Tascam HD-P2 @ 24/48> HDD>Amadeus Pro (Tracking/Fades/Flac8); Tracks Renamed/Dithered/Flacked With Korg Aqua To 16/44; SBE's Checked/Fixed With Trader's Little Helper; Metadata Tagging With AudioGate Software
- Taped by
- Mike Darby
- Transferred by
Feel free to fix the pitch and re-upload it
Subject: A REPLY (SPEED ETC)
I'm the person who posted the comment:
".........Always appreciated but: SPEED 1/2 step off (which is not subtle). It'd be great to hear some of the hard work in transferring these if they could be done with correct speed......."
I appreciate greatly (we all do) this wonderful slew of your recordings that keep appearing every day (many of them upgrades to existing sources). They sound excellent. A huge and continued thank you for the exhausting job of lugging gear to all the shows, maintaining and repairing the gear, coordinating, mail-ordering for tapers tickets, setting up the rig every night, tearing it down, dealing with loud concert goers, transferring the recordings, editing, track splitting, track naming, keeping track of everything, and then uploading (as well as the long list of responsibilities not mentioned and that a non-taper is not even aware of) so that all of us get the chance to hear your excellent work. We are truly lucky and the receivers of this great stuff with no work on our part. Thank you is not enough, but here it is.
Apologies that my observations came off as impersonal...my bad. I had put the "appreciated" and "hard work" language in the quick comment but, yes, it's still not enough. After working your tail off to give us the gift, seeing a comment like mine probably seemed inappropriate. Again, my apologies.
I mentioned the speed simply as a note, that it might simply serve as a useful observation; because I honestly felt that, with the excellent quality of these recording, the cherry on the top of the sundae would be the speed calibration (as some of them at first hearing do seem to be running a bit fast - and checking with a tuner confirmed that...). It's simply a matter of the territory of tape and transfers - not a comment on quality or appreciation. The issue of speed is talked about (and corrected) quite a lot - it's not personal - just another one of the many pieces of the puzzle (and nothing you're not already aware of). Yes, ideally a transfer is done with speed calibration (if it's available) so that the excellent recordings truly sound as they did when captured. Still the recordings sound great nonetheless.
But that being said, you and keo are the ones doing all the work, and we are thrilled and lucky to get these great new sources (and a window into your taping), in any form.
They are great.
Bottom line.....THANK YOU, THANK YOU.
Subject: Very Good Show; Very Good Recording
Boys were playing well!
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